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USS Norfolk Departs The Harbor (Jun. 07, 2008)
USS Norfolk Departs The Harbor
By: Paul Farley
 Master at Arms 3rd Class Timothy Lutz scans the surrounding harbor while manning an M60 light machine gun on a harbor security boat as the fast attack submarine USS Norfolk (SSN 714) departs the harbor. Lutz is a patrol boat crewman and gunner assigned to the U.S. Naval Support Activity Security Department.
USS Buffalo Conducted a Port Visit to Subic Bay (Jun. 05, 2008)
USS Buffalo Conducted a Port Visit to Subic Bay
By: Electronics Technician Chief Thomas Wilson, USS Buffalo
 
Sailors assigned to the fast attack submarine USS BUFFALO (SSN-715) spent an afternoon of liberty painting classrooms at Kalalake Elementary School in Olongapo City, Philippines. Principal Nilda A. Quitaneg and her faculty showed their appreciation and support of the twelve sailors who volunteered for the community relations project with great hospitality and a welcome banner. The submarine stopped in Subic Bay Philippines for a port visit.
USS Buffalo Conducted a Port Visit to Subic Bay (Jun. 05, 2008)
USS Buffalo Conducted a Port Visit to Subic Bay
By: Electronics Technician Chief Thomas Wilson, USS Buffalo
 
Electronic Technician Second Class Carl Roach was one of twelve volunteers from the submarine USS Buffalo (SSN-715) that spent a day of liberty to paint classrooms at Kalalake Elementary School in Olongapo City, Philippines. The painting and improvements completed by the sailors will help ensure the classrooms will be ready to receive students for the summer session. The submarine stopped in Subic Bay Philippines for a port visit.
USS Buffalo Conducted a Port Visit to Subic Bay (Jun. 05, 2008)
USS Buffalo Conducted a Port Visit to Subic Bay
By: LCDR Caleb Kerr, USS Buffalo
 
CDR Scott Pappano, Commanding Officer of USS BUFFALO (SSN-715) presents a ship's plaque and ballcap to Olongapo City Social Welfare Officer Mrs. Genia Eclarino after the ship donated medical and hygiene supplies to the Social Development Center Orphanage for Girls. The submarine stopped in Subic Bay Philippines for a port visit.
USS Buffalo Conducted a Port Visit to Subic Bay (Jun. 05, 2008)
USS Buffalo Conducted a Port Visit to Subic Bay
By: LCDR Caleb Kerr, USS Buffalo
 USS Buffalo Commanding Officer Cdr Scott W. Pappano presents to administrators of the city’s Social
Development Center a sample of the various goods including first aid and hygiene supplies donated by the American people through the U.S. Navy’s Project Handclasp. USS Buffalo, a Los Angeles-class, nuclear-powered fast attack submarine, arrived June 3 on a goodwill visit to the Philippines. The 360-foot, 6,900-ton submarine also gave a tour of the ship to two dozen young wards of
the Olongapo’s city government, and did painting work on the city’s Kalalake Elementary School.
Olongapo Children Visit USS Buffalo (Jun. 05, 2008)
Olongapo Children Visit USS Buffalo
By: Yeoman 1st Class Nicholas Epp, USS Buffalo
 A young ward of the Olongapo Center for Assistance, Rehabilitation and Empowerment (OCARE) tests the
Buffalo’s public address system as a crew of the submarine gives him pointers. As part of the Buffalo’s goodwill visit, the submarine hosted on June 5 a half-day tour for two dozen wards of Olongapo City, presented boxes of goods donated a city’s orphanage for girls, and did painting and repair work on the city’s Kalalake
Elementary School.
Olongapo Children Visit USS Buffalo (Jun. 05, 2008)
Olongapo Children Visit USS Buffalo
By: Yeoman 1st Class Nicholas Epp, USS Buffalo
 Lieutenant Commander Caleb Kerr briefs the submarine’s young guests on the USS Buffalo’s state-of-the art
communications system. The two dozen wards of Olongapo’s city
government had a tour of the 360-foot, 6,900-ton, fast-attack submarine on June 5 at Subic’ Alava Pier. During the submarine’s goodwill visit, the Buffalo’s Commanding Officer, Cdr. Scott W. Pappano presented donated a pallet of first aid and hygiene supplies to the Olongapo Center for Assistance, Rehabilitation and Empowerment (OCARE) and the city’s Social Development Center
(SDC).
Olongapo Children Visit USS Buffalo (Jun. 05, 2008)
Olongapo Children Visit USS Buffalo
By: Yeoman 1st Class Nicholas Epp, USS Buffalo
 Commander Scott W. Pappano (left) welcomes children at Subic’s Alava Pier before they board the USS Buffalo (SSN 715), one of the U.S. Navy’s most advanced submarines, which docked in Subic for a goodwill visit. The children are orphan wards of the city -run Olongapo Center for Assistance, Rehabilitation and Empowerment (OCARE) and Social Development Center (SDC). USS Buffalo’s Commanding Officer, Cdr Pappano also presented to officials of the SDC first aid and personal hygiene supplies donated by the American people through Project Handclasp,
while the submarine’s crew did painting work at Olongapo’s Kalalake Elementary School as part of their community outreach project.
Miss Virginia Visits State's Namesake Submarine (Jun. 04, 2008)
Miss Virginia Visits State's Namesake Submarine
By: John Narewski
 Hannah Kiefer, Miss Virginia 2007, gets to look out from the bridge aboard the attack submarine USS Virginia (SSN 774) as Lt. Erik Maddock explains some of the boat's systems.
Dual Navy Couple Featured Speakers at Local Alma Mater (Jun. 04, 2008)
Dual Navy Couple Featured Speakers at Local Alma Mater
By: Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Apprentice Luciano Marano
 Cmdr. William R. Stevenson, Commanding Officer, Naval Submarine Support Command (NSSC), and his wife Lt. Cmdr. Majella Stevenson, Public Works Officer, Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, return to their alma mater, Radford High School in Honolulu, Hawaii, as key note speakers at the graduation ceremony at Aloha Stadium Friday, May 30.
Sailors Support a COMREL at Cmdr. William C. McCool School (Jun. 03, 2008)
Sailors Support a COMREL at Cmdr. William C. McCool School
By:
Mass Communication Specialist First Class Janell Alvarez
 
Machinist’s Mate First Class Jesse McMullen and Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Peter Lewis construct boxes during a COMREL at Cmdr. William C. McCool school.  The two-day COMREL was in support of the school library’s tentative move to the new school facility located on U.S. Navy base Guam.

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